Power Friction: qualitative brakes have obtained a synonym.

Date Added: Apr 9, 2013

American aftermarket, as we know, is not only moving in leaps and bounds to meet a consumer, but it is developing technically. Not many people know that it is the North American engineers who have given the world the technology of ceramic brake pads (and the manufacturers from the USA are the leaders now in the quality of this product). Not many know that the drilled brake rotors originated from U.S. too. So we decided to announce arising the player of "American" spill on the European market - Power Friction.

So what is attractive in Power Friction brakes rotors for a layman? Many manufacturers of the brakes are trying to deviate from of the physical parameters of stock rotors to improve characteristics. However, the designers of Power Friction have come to the conclusion that such freedom does not always yield positive results. The fact is that on designing stock brake rotors a manufacturer takes into consideration various modes, operating conditions, the vector loads, etc. And neglecting something can lead to early failure of the spare parts. Power Friction bet on control during casting. On smelting high-iron there are always the products of combustion, which then remain in the blanks, and, of course, influence the balance of the rotor, and its resistance to loads. Engineers of the brand have almost reduced to a minimum the natural defect in casting, making the brake rotor persistent and balanced.

Power Friction brake rotors are available in three versions. Smooth rotors serve as a worthy substitute for the original rotor: strict adherence to the passport parameters of the stock rotors, combined with the high-quality material casting - will replace the native Power Friction brakes advantageously.

Class is represented by high-performance drilled brake rotors with radial slots, as well as with rotors only with slots. What is the difference in these types? If we are talking about an active city driving with high risk of overheating and loads on the braking system often exceed the weighted average, the manufacturer recommends you to use slotted rotors: they significantly increase the coefficient of friction of a rotor and pad couple, effectively remove dust and exhaust gases from the contact patch, a cooled drive has a more stable structure. For fans of the same active drive seeking to improve stock brakes - drilled brake rotors with radial slots will be most cost-effective solution: drilling not only improve cooling, but also looks very effective in cast wheels.

Thus, we can safely say that Power Friction brake rotors - a very worthy player of the modern market of spare car parts. And it has already started to prove.